|Contributions||Davis, William H. 1871-1929., Mitchell, John Benjamin, 1868-|
|LC Classifications||RC150.5.A15 A5 1920|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||181|
|LC Control Number||20026332|
Special Tables of Mortality from Influenza and Pneumonia: In Indiana, Kansas, and Philadelphia, Pa., September 1 to Decem - Ebook written by United States. Bureau of the Census. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Special Tables of Mortality from Influenza and 5/5(1). Special tables of mortality from influenza and pneumonia in Indiana, Kansas, and Philadelphia, Pa: September 1 to Decem Special tables of mortality from influenza and pneumonia. Indiana, Kansas, and Philadelphia, Pa. September 1 to Decem by United : Special tables of mortality from influenza and pneumonia. Indiana, Kansas, and Philadelphia, Pa. September 1 to Decem by United States Bureau of the census; Davis, William Horace, ; Mitchell, John Benjamin,
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In , 61, people died from pneumonia and 1, people died from influenza.4 Table 2 displays age-adjusted death rates for pneumonia and influenza between and by sex and race. In , the age-adjusted death rate for pneumonia and influenza File Size: KB. Using the ratio of 11 to 1, or % from and applying those rates to and , we see only 4, and 4, deaths from influenza in and Out of the patients enrolled in the study, 52 were hospitalised for seasonal influenza (mean±sd ± yrs) and 75 for novel H1N1 influenza (mean±sd ± yrs; 75 (75%) out of patients admitted with confirmed H1N1). All patients had radiologically confirmed by: Get this from a library! Special tables of mortality from influenza and pneumonia. Indiana, Kansas, and Philadelphia, Pa. September 1 to Decem [William H Davis; John Benjamin Mitchell; United States. Bureau of the Census.].